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Miora
Eco-responsible travel is - obviously - based on a principle of carbon neutrality to reduce its negative impact on the environment and preserve the planet. There are several principles that govern ecological travel and these are not particularly binding. It is possible to adopt all of these principles gradually to better acclimatize to changes in ...
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The Baobabs of Madagascar Imposing and poetic trees, baobabs bring legends to life. The sight of this majestic tree instantly feeds everyone's imagination and curiosity. According to a local legend, the "Zanahary" found the baobabs a little too proud and to punish them, they replanted them upside down. Madagascar to all of ...
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Until the beginning of the 20th century, portage is almost the only means of transport in Madagascar, for both goods and people : Carrying by pendulums for goods and by filanjana (sedan chair) during the colonial period for people. So, for all people disembarking in Tamatave on these periods, the...
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Very essential to almost all Malagasy households, rice is one of the most popular cereal products in Madagascar. No day goes by without this famous grass among the Malagasy people. Imported, according to, the most probable hypotheses with the first arrivals from Indonesia, rice quickly became the primary commodity of ...
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Retournement des morts Madagascar
Located between the African continent and the immense expanse of the Indian Ocean, the island of Madagascar is the scene of traditional ceremonies such as exhumation every year from July to September. This period coincides with the cold season of the Highlands. In these areas, the temperature oscillates between 0 and 20 degree...
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TRAVEL AND DISCOVERY MADAGASCAR A journey that, is apart from the discovery of the country and its various landscapes, its atypical fauna and flora , its idyllic places, ... let us in addition enhance Human value and the intellectually stimulating and social activities, socially rewarding, an immersion in the Culture. In a wider meaning of the theme, the...
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RN 07
Authentic and warm Madagascar… Flavors, scents, colors and legends… a trip to Madagascar leaves no one indifferent, And this, whatever the destination. Raw beauty, sensual and preserved that you will admire from the Highlands to the Côtes de l'Ile Rouge ... A unique biodiversity that will delight nature lovers, and will constitute ...
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Kids
With us, in Madagascar, despite a fairly harsh winter, people do not forget to cultivate their zest for life. It’s between July and October that we can feel the feast spirits. Shortly, winter in Madagascar is traditionally festive. Betrayal (dead exhumation ), Fisemana (a purification ceremony..
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Ranomafana
Like all tourist countries, Madagascar has its places and things not to miss. During your stay in Madagascar, you'll want to be in all these emblematic places and do all these unusual trips that the island has to offer, but know first that it is the fourth largest island in the world ...
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Cases etsimisaraka sur la côte Est
If we work for a moment on the origins of Malagasy architecture, you can quickly imagine a fairly close influence. By listing this architecture , I used precolonial graphics and descriptions in historical works. A small project then came, That of listing the traditional architecture of Madagascar, the one that belongs ...
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